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For options/volatility traders, the best time to trade volatile events may be the week or two...
For options/volatility traders, the best time to trade volatile events may be the week or two before and after their occurrences, writes Bill Lubby. FOMC meetings are a good example, the VIX rising 2.4% on average in the 6 days prior, and then rising again in the 2-9 days following.
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